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Pinterest is a vast resource of images from which to practice your art. This was practiced off a piece linked here. Practice, practice, practice, right?
I don’t properly know what character this might be. Not Zare, I think. Perhaps A’rora, who you have not met. Yet.
This piece isn’t finished. I’m not satisfied with Quill’s face (men are hard to draw!) and haven’t determined what weapon is in his left hand. But I like how it’s coming so far.
You don’t know him yet, but he’s the bomb. I also apparently have a thing for red plumes/red mohawks.
This piece was watercolor practice based of this really epic piece which you can find here.
Scribbling with watercolor crayons. I like the concept here…(don’t look so surprised, this reveals nothing that wasn’t revealed in the very first episode.) I suspect I would actually need acrylic or oil paints for it to look the way it looks in my head.
I was getting brave enough with my paint mixing to try to browns and burgundies…and I kind of love the way her hair came out with the blue overlaying the black.
This story is spooling into a much bigger story than I anticipated. Zare was always part of a bigger story, but the stories are turning out to be much more interwoven than I originally anticipated. It’s exciting. I’m excited, guys. I want to read it as much as you do. Maybe more.
What can I say? Zare likes clothes.
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It looked better before water, so that’s the picture you see!
Live and learn!
I suppose mohawks aren’t really that hydrodynamic. But they look so intimidating!
I sketched this on my phone in a waiting room.
I’m quite pleased with how this one turned out. Planning to add it to my shops as soon as I can. Question is: Do I remove the lingering pencil lines or not?
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We practiced landscapes again in my watercolor class. I ended up with these blue mountains, and I like them a lot more than I was anticipating…There might be a frame in the future for this baby.
What do you think, the Magron Mountains we’ve been traveling next to for all of River Rebellion?